The aim of this test is to measure a student’s ability to think creatively and strategically solve problems. The test requires much more than just recalling facts and formulas. The questions can be one of a kind and presented in an unusual manner, which require good problem solving skills. The best way to prepare for the SAT I is to have a solid foundation in Algebra I/II and Geometry. Many of the types of word problems and questions that show up on the SAT I are emphasized in our Algebra I/II and Geometry classes.